Curse words as a concept are hilarious.*clips on Fitbit and allows GPS location on phone— Lisabug BBQJones @Lisabug74 May 16, 2016Dating multiple people is a fantasy all 20 somethings have before they realize everyone is terrible— Brittani Nichols @BisHilarious May 15, 2016*hears suspicious noise in backyard, is too lazy to get up & investigate**smells cookies baking at neighbors house, immediately goes over*— Marta Effing Ketchup @MartaEffing May 17, 2016Relationship status: I view this guys profile on Linked In then he views mine.— Kelley @youlooklikeamom May 17, 2016I love pap smears because you re just sitting there, chatting about the weather, pretending someone s hand isn t inside your vagina.— Stabbatha Christy @LoveNLunchmeat May 13, 2016ER Doc: *Applies burn dressing to my leg* What happened again?— AlexaMac Brandes @TheWoodenslurpy May 14, 2016I never knew my son was 80 years old until he told me to text our neighbor because his leaves are getting on our lawn.— Linda Holmes @nprmonkeysee May 18, 2016*opens Twitter**reads something about the election**has a mild panic attack**goes back to watching Netflix**repeat*— Emma Gray @emmaladyrose May 18, 2016I need to be able to sing the line who runs the world and immediately hear girls or honestly I don t feel safe in that space— Stephanie Mickus @smickable May 16, 2016 very white man voice What if I don t want MY LITTLE GIRL to have to go to into a bathroom where a prejudiced bigot could just WALK in— Dana Schwartz @DanaSchwartzzz May 19, 2016My version of a continental breakfast is Prozac and birth control— Rachel Bloom @Racheldoesstuff May 20, 2016When you find a strikingly long hair behind your knee that your first Venus evidently missed and just fell through the cracks for 15 years— Amanda Duberman @AmandaDuberman May 18, 2016Being a feminist doesn t mean you hate men, it means you can walk through walls and can never die— Anna Drezen @annadrezen May 20, 2016
Devon Petersmeyer Johnson leads Marketing at HourlyNerd, the leading technology platform connecting elite business talent to companies for project-based work.One important shift was moving from a focus on serving small business clients to include large enterprises.Today, HourlyNerd works with a large portion of the Fortune 1000, including companies like GE, Microsoft, and Staples.Devon is a brand builder, with experience growing both startups and billion dollar brands.Prior to HourlyNerd, Devon worked in brand management for Procter & Gamble, where she was on the Gillette Venus global team, leading projects across base business, new product development, whitespace expansion, and global strategy.Devon is mother to two sons 2 years old and 2 months old .
But it looks as if the British astronaut is making the most of the three weeks he has left on board the International Space Station.Peake shared this stunning time-lapse video of Venus rising behind one of the auroras to Facebook on Sunday, and the clip is now going viral:Peake didn t reveal which part of Earth the ISS was flying over when he captured the spectacular sight.Therefore, it s unclear whether he filmed the Aurora Borealis or the Aurora Australis, also known respectively as the Northern and Southern Lights.Nicknamed with regard to their proximity to the North and South Poles, the lights take place when electrically charged protons and electrons in the Earth s magnetic field collide with neutral atoms in the upper atmosphere, says NASA.The spaceman said he shot an image every second for around two and a half minutes to create the mesmerizing time-lapse video of the second planet from the Sun rising into view.Peake also revealed what camera he s been using to snap away during his six-month stint on the station:Often asked what camera I use – all my Earth pics have been with a Nikon D4 and one of these lenses
The USPS has just launched a new packet of space-themed stamps, and NASA recently showed them off.Rolling out now at your local post office is a new themed stamp pack called Views of Our Planets, and they include images of the various planets in our solar system.Each stamp features an iconic image of each planet, including some pretty stunning ones of Jupiter, Mercury, Venus and Earth.In addition, there are another two Forever stamps, one featuring the iconic image New Horizons took of Pluto last summer, and the New Horizons spacecraft itself.It was particularly notable, considering it only happens in the U.S. once per decade.With the 2015 Pluto flyby, we ve completed the initial reconnaissance of the solar system, and we re grateful to the U.S.
Figma s Table Museum series is adding another iconic artistic masterpiece to its collection.Following up on action figure versions of the Venus de Milo and Michelangelo s David, there s now a bizarre multi-limbed version of Leondardo da Vinci s Vitruvian Man to add to your toy box.The original Vitruvian Man sketch appeared in the third book of Roman architect Vitrivius De Architectura series and is supposed to be an example of what the ideal human body should look like.Every... last... one...With eight limbs at his disposal, Vitruvian Man would have no problem besting Michelangelo s David in a wrestling match.But you ll be paying a premium for all of those extra arms and legs.The figure is now available for just shy of $60, with an included display stand and da Vinci sketch backdrop.
It s been a while since I ve wanted to send a letter bad enough to actually buy a stamp.The United States Postal service released a new set of Forever space stamps today at the once-a-decade World Stamp Show yes, a real thing .The stamps, featuring closeup portrait views of Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune, are so lovely that they seem almost wasted on an envelope.Image: USPSParticularly exciting is that not-quite-a-planet Pluto also made it into the fold.Although it s not included in the planet book, it has its own special edition commemorating the successful New Horizons missions.It was especially notable because the New Horizons mission took one of the last Pluto stamps issued—a 29 cent stamp entitled Pluto: Not Yet Explored—aboard when it blasted off.
Figma s Table Museum series is adding another iconic artistic masterpiece to its collection.Following up on action figure versions of the Venus de Milo and Michelangelo s David, there s now a bizarre multi-limbed version of Leondardo da Vinci s Vitruvian Man to add to your toy box.The original Vitruvian Man sketch appeared in the third book of Roman architect Vitrivius De Architectura series and is supposed to be an example of what the ideal human body should look like.That, of course, is up for debate, but Figma s figure does appear to accurately capture every last detail of the sketch.But you ll be paying a premium for all of those extra arms and legs.The figure is now available for just shy of $60/£42, with an included display stand and da Vinci sketch backdrop.
Figma s Table Museum series is adding another iconic artistic masterpiece to its collection.Following up on action figure versions of the Venus de Milo and Michelangelo s David, there s now a bizarre multi-limbed version of Leondardo da Vinci s Vitruvian Man to add to your toy box.The original Vitruvian Man sketch appeared in the third book of Roman architect Vitrivius De Architectura series and is supposed to be an example of what the ideal human body should look like.That, of course, is up for debate, but Figma s figure does appear to accurately capture every last detail of the sketch.But you ll be paying a premium for all of those extra arms and legs.The figure is now available for just shy of $60/£42, with an included display stand and da Vinci sketch backdrop.
Image: Imke de Pater, Michael H. Wong, Robert J. SaultFor centuries, astronomers have been enchanted by the planet Jupiter, that roiling sea of clouds punctuated by a glowering red eye.Using the Very Large Array in New Mexico, a team led by the University of California, Berkeley, has produced a map of Jupiter s atmosphere down to 100 km 60 miles depth, revealing the gas giant s noxious, ammonia-rich clouds and atmospheric circulation patterns in unprecedented detail.But it s also a mere taste of what s to come later this summer, when NASA s Juno Mission begins probing into the entirely unexplored region at Jupiter s core.Alternating ammonia hotspots and deserts helps explain why, when NASA s Galileo probe made its suicide plunge into Jupiter s atmosphere in 1995, it recorded nitrogen levels much higher than planetary scientists expected.Whatever processes caused Jupiter to be enriched in heavier elements may have laid the groundwork for the formation of Earth, Venus, and Mars.But we can t be certain until we have a better idea of what s really cooking inside our friendly neighborhood gas giant s core.
Using the Very Large Array in New Mexico, a team led by the University of California, Berkeley, has produced a map of Jupiter s atmosphere down to 100 km 60 miles depth, revealing the gas giant s noxious, ammonia-rich clouds and atmospheric circulation patterns in unprecedented detail.But it s also a mere taste of what s to come later this summer, when NASA s Juno Mission begins probing into the entirely unexplored region at Jupiter s core.But while previous studies have been limited to specific latitudes, a recent upgrade to the Very Large Array — one of the world s premier radio observatories — has now enabled scientists to build a global picture, albeit a limited one.Alternating ammonia hotspots and deserts helps explain why, when NASA s Galileo probe made its suicide plunge into Jupiter s atmosphere in 1995, it recorded nitrogen levels much higher than planetary scientists expected.Whatever processes caused Jupiter to be enriched in heavier elements may have laid the groundwork for the formation of Earth, Venus, and Mars.But we can t be certain until we have a better idea of what s really cooking inside our friendly neighbourhood gas giant s core.
Artist s concept of Venus electric field.Image: NASAAdd this to the list of reasons Venus is a blistering hellscape: not only is the surface hot enough to melt lead, not only will the sulfuric acid rainstorms burn gaping holes in your partially-melted spaceship, it s got a monstrous electric wind that appears to have helped strip all the water out of the atmosphere.The working theory is that these electric fields are very, very weak—Earth s is thought to be in the range of one to two volts.It s so strong, in fact, that it produces its own wind, which is less like the gusty gales we re familiar with on Earth and more akin to the solar wind, a stream of charged particles emanating from the sun.This discovery could help explain why Venus contains a minute fraction of Earth s water, despite being formed from similar starting materials.If we can t, we may be forced to revisit the idea of a floating habitat on Venus.
Add this to the list of reasons Venus is a blistering hellscape: not only is the surface hot enough to melt lead, where sulphuric acid rainstorms burn gaping holes in your partially melted spaceship, it s also got a monstrous electric wind that appears to have helped strip all the water out of the atmosphere.The working theory is that these electric fields are very, very weak; Earth s is thought to be in the range of one to two volts.It s so strong, in fact, that it produces its own wind , which is less like the gusty gales we re familiar with on Earth and more akin to the solar wind, a stream of charged particles emanating from the sun.This discovery could help explain why Venus contains a minute fraction of Earth s water, despite being formed from similar starting materials.He s a collaborator on NASA s MAVEN mission, which is currently orbiting Mars and collecting troves of data on the Red Planet s upper atmosphere.If we can t, we may be forced to revisit the idea of a floating habitat on Venus.
Venus' electric field explains why planet lacks moistureA team of planetary scientists has found that an 'electric wind' whisks away water in Venus' atmosphere, which explains why the terrestrial planet is so dry, according to new research published in Geophysical Research Letters.Venus, the second planet from the Sun, has a thick atmosphere surrounded by hazy clouds.Its heavy atmosphere should mean that the water is trapped as steam, but measurements show that it has 10,000 to 100,000 times less water than earth's atmosphere.Although it is believed that all planets have an electric field, it is the first time that scientists have managed to measure how powerful they can be.The new result here is that the electric field powering this escape is surprisingly strong at Venus compared to the other objects.""It's just an epic slap in the face of all of our theories, because there was no reason to expect that Venus' field should be any different than Earth's," Collinson told The Register.
An artist's concept of the electric wind at Venus.Rays represent the paths that oxygen and hydrogen ions take as they are pulled out of the upper atmosphere.NASA/Goddard/Conceptual Image Lab, Krystofer Kim We already know there isn t any water on Venus, but scientists working with ESA s European Space Agency Venus Express mission by NASA-funded researchers think they may have solved the mystery of how the planet s oceans ultimately disappeared: they were sucked away by a powerful electric wind.In a report filed on Monday, NASA wrote on its website, the team discovered the planet s electric field while they monitored electrons as they flowed out of Venus upper atmosphere using the electron spectrometer, a component of the ASPERA-4 instrument, aboard the ESA Venus Express.We don t really know why it is so much stronger at Venus than Earth, said Collinson, but, we think it might have something to do with Venus being closer to the sun, and the ultraviolet sunlight being twice as bright.It could act like a conveyor belt, moving ions higher in the ionosphere where other effects from the solar wind could carry them away.
The space environment around a planet plays a key role in determining what molecules exist in the atmosphere - and whether the planet is habitable for life.New NASA research shows that the electric fields around Venus helped strip its atmosphere of the components needed to make waterVenus was once covered in oceans but became a barren, searing hot planet due to a violent "electric wind", according to new research.Astronomers now believe much of this early steam was stripped away; the light hydrogen escaped, while the oxygen oxidised rocks over billions of years.Also a solar wind – a million-mile-per-hour stream of electrically conducting gas blowing from the Sun – could have slowly eroded the remainder of an ocean's worth of oxygen and water from Venus' upper atmosphere.The team discovered Venus' electric field using the electron spectrometer, part of the ASPERA-4 instrument on the Esa Venus Express.Nasa's Maven mission is currently orbiting Mars to determine what caused the Red Planet to lose much of its atmosphere and water.
NASA/Goddard/Conceptual Image Lab, Krystofer Kim Venus is like Earth on fire.And billions of years ago, Venus might have had something else in common with Earth.But now the planet is bone dry - it's atmosphere contains as much as 100,000 times less water than Earth's.This electric wind, at about 10 volts, is at least five times as strong as Earth's, The Washington Post reports."Although Mars gets the lion's share of attention for future human missions, scientists have pointed to the Venusian atmosphere as a candidate for floating colonies," The Washington Post writes."The trip to Venus would take less travel time, and the planet boasts better radiation protection and a more amenable pressure."
Image Source: MGMWe hardly knew ye, various assortment of shows and movies, but you will be missed.As always, the monthly Netflix purge is swiftly approaching, and although the list for July isn t especially long, there are a few highlights you might want to check out before they make their way off of the service.DON T MISS: Next year s iPhone may feature a futuristic design that makes Jony Ive s dream a realityA few movies worth checking out: 2001: A Space Odyssey, Best in Show, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Talladega Nights and the first six Star Trek movies.Keep in mind, the list is subject to change as Netflix renegotiates its deals, but here is the current list of removals scheduled for July:Leaving July 1st2001: A Space Odyssey 1968 A Clockwork Orange 1971 A League of Their Own 1992 Allegiance 2012 Along Came Polly 2004 Best in Show 2000 The Beverly Hillbillies 1993 Bulworth 1998 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 1969 Caillou: Season 5The Central Park Five 2012 Cheech & Chong s Up in Smoke 1978 The Conspiracy 2012 Daniel Tiger s Neighborhood: Seasons 1-2Dinosaur Train: Season 2Drive Me Crazy 1999 Flashpoint: Seasons 1-5The Flintstones 1994 The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas 2000 The Game: Seasons 1-3How to Marry a Millionaire 1953 Ice Age: The Meltdown 2006 Medium: Seasons 1-7Mister Rogers Neighborhood: Volume 1 1968 Mouse Hunt 1997 My Sister s Wedding 2013 Notting Hill 1999 Numb3rs: Seasons 1-6Odd Squad: Season 1The Perfect Storm 2000 The Quiet Man 1952 Reading Rainbow: Volume 1 1985 The Right Stuff 1983 Rubber 2010 Star Trek: The Motion Picture 1979 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 1982 Star Trek III: The Search for Spock 1984 Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home 1986 Star Trek V: The Final Frontier 1989 Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country 1991 Star Trek: Generations 1994 Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby 2006 Team America: World Police 2004 Tesla: Master of Lightning 2000 Thumbelina 1994 The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Other Stories 1993 Wild Kratts: Seasons 1-3Witness 1985 Women Aren t Funny 2014 WordWorld: Season 1Zoboomafoo: Season 2Leaving July 2ndVenus and Serena 2012 Leaving July 15thColor Crew 2010 Leaving July 16thSerenity 2005 Leaving July 31stBraxton Family Values: Season 3It s not all bad news, though — don t forget to check out all of the new movies and TV shows being added to Netflix in July.
This month, Netflix is cutting loose classics like 2001 and seven, yes, seven Star Trek movies.The HighlightsA few classics are leaving Netflix this month, so you might want to set aside a bit of time to catch 2001: A Space Odyssey RT: 94% , A Clockwork Orange RT: 90% , Best In Show RT: 94% , and the first 12 Star Trek films before they leave on July 1.It s also your last chance to hate-watch the 1994 Flintstones movie RT: 21% and its somehow even more disastrous prequel, The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas RT: 25% .Netflix is bringing along plenty of originals this month, including, Marco Polo season two, BoJack Horseman season 3, Between season 2, Deep season one, Marcella season one, Kuronukuro season one, and Degrassi: Next Class season two.Leaving Netflix this Month7/1/162001: A Space Odyssey 1968 A Clockwork Orange 1971 A League of Their Own 1992 Allegiance 2012 Along Came Polly 2004 Best in Show 2000 The Beverly Hillbillies 1993 Bulworth 1998 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 1969 Caillou: Season 5The Central Park Five 2012 Cheech & Chong s Up in Smoke 1978 The Conspiracy 2012 Daniel Tiger s Neighborhood: Seasons 1-2Dinosaur Train: Season 2Drive Me Crazy 1999 Flashpoint: Seasons 1-5The Flintstones 1994 The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas 2000 The Game: Seasons 1-3How to Marry a Millionaire 1953 Ice Age: The Meltdown 2006 Medium: Seasons 1-7Mister Rogers Neighborhood: Volume 1 1968 Mouse Hunt 1997 My Sister s Wedding 2013 Notting Hill 1999 Numb3rs: Seasons 1-6Odd Squad: Season 1The Perfect Storm 2000 The Quiet Man 1952 Reading Rainbow: Volume 1 1985 The Right Stuff 1983 Rubber 2010 Star Trek: The Motion Picture 1979 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 1982 Star Trek III: The Search for Spock 1984 Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home 1986 Star Trek V: The Final Frontier 1989 Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country 1991 Star Trek: Generations 1994 Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby 2006 Team America: World Police 2004 Tesla: Master of Lightning 2000 Thumbelina 1994 The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Other Stories 1993 Wild Kratts: Seasons 1-3Witness 1985 Women Aren t Funny 2014 WordWorld: Season 1Zoboomafoo: Season 27/2/16Venus and Serena 2012 7/15/16Color Crew 2010 7/16/16Serenity 2005 7/31/16Braxton Family Values: Season 3Arriving On Netflix This MonthAvail 7/1/1641 on 41 2014 A Long Way From Home 2013 Back to the Future 1985 Back to the Future Part II 1989 Back to the Future Part III 1990 Bad Boys II 2003 Batman: The Movie 1966 Beavis and Butt-head Do America 1996 Between: Season 2 - NETFLIX ORIGINALBeverly Hills Cop 1984 Beverly Hills Cop II 1987 Big Trouble in Little China 1986 Blade 2 2002 By the People: The Election of Barack Obama 2009 Catwoman 2004 Cheaper by the Dozen 1950 Cinderella Man 2005 Conflict 2015 Death Race 2 2010 Death Race 3: Inferno 2013 Deep: Season 1 - NETFLIX ORIGINALDreamcatcher 2003 Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close 2011 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes 1953 Gladiator 2000 Hello, Dolly!The Movie 2002 Honey 2003 Insomnia 2002 The Italian Job 2003 Jackass: Number Two 2006 Jim Jefferies: Freedumb - NETFLIX ORIGINALLalaloopsy Ponies: The Big Show 2014 Lethal Weapon 1987 Lethal Weapon 2 1989 Lethal Weapon 3 1992 Lethal Weapon 4 1998 The Longest Yard 2005 The Lovely Bones 2009 Making the American Man 2016 - NETFLIX EXCLUSIVEMarcella: Season 1 - NETFLIX ORIGINALMarco Polo: Season 2 - NETFLIX ORIGINALMean Girls 2004 Nevada Smith 1966 Nick of Time 1995 The Painted Veil 2006 Pandemic 2015 Phenomenon 1996 Raiders Of The Lost Art: Season 2Rumor Has It 2005 Scooby-Doo 2002 The Shannara Chronicles: Season 1The Sting 1973 Stomp the Yard: Homecoming 2010 Talhotblond 2009 Terminus 2016 Turner and Hooch 1989 Twisted 2004 Watershed: Exploring A New Water Ethic For The New West 2012 Well Wishes 2015 Working Girl 1988 Yours, Mine and Ours 2005 7/4/16Kuromukuro: Season 1 - NETFLIX ORIGINAL7/6/16The Big Short 2015 7/7/16A War 2015 The Armor of Light 2015 Brahman Naman 2016 - NETFLIX ORIGINALNSU German History X: Season 1 - NETFLIX ORIGINAL7/8/16The Invitation 2015 - NETFLIX EXCLUSIVEWord Party: Season 17/9/16Mustang 2015 Mystery Files: Season 17/10/16The Last Kingdom: Season 17/12/16Rolling Papers 2015 7/14/16Gridlocked 2015 - NETFLIX EXCLUSIVEMagi: The Adventures of Sinbad: Season 1 - NETFLIX ORIGINALTodd Margaret: Season 37/15/16The Adventures of Puss in Boots: Season 3 - NETFLIX ORIGINALGhostheads 2016 Holidays 2016 - NETFLIX EXCLUSIVERebirth 2016 - NETFLIX ORIGINALStranger Things: Season 1 - NETFLIX ORIGINALTony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru 2016 - NETFLIX ORIGINAL7/16/16Fighting 2009 7/19/16Liv and Maddie: Season 37/21/16Internet Famous 2016 - NETFLIX EXCLUSIVE7/22/16BoJack Horseman: Season 3 - NETFLIX ORIGINALDegrassi: Next Class: Season 2 - NETFLIX ORIGINAL7/24/16Popples: Season 3 - NETFLIX ORIGINAL7/27/16The Wave 2015 7/29/16Home: Adventures With Tip & Oh: Season 1 - NETFLIX ORIGINALLast Chance U 2016 - NETFLIX ORIGINALLEGO Bionicle: The Journey to One: Season 2 - NETFLIX ORIGINALTallulah 2016 - NETFLIX ORIGINAL7/30/16My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic: Season 6: Part 17/31/16Hit Record on TV with Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Season 2
This month, Netflix is cutting loose classics like 2001 and seven, yes, seven Star Trek movies.The HighlightsA few classics are leaving Netflix this month, so you might want to set aside a bit of time to catch 2001: A Space Odyssey RT: 94% , A Clockwork Orange RT: 90% , Best In Show RT: 94% , and the first 12 Star Trek films before they leave on July 1.It s also your last chance to hate-watch the 1994 Flintstones movie RT: 21% and its somehow even more disastrous prequel, The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas RT: 25% .Netflix is bringing along plenty of originals this month, including, Marco Polo season two, BoJack Horseman season 3, Between season 2, Deep season one, Marcella season one, Kuronukuro season one, and Degrassi: Next Class season two.Leaving Netflix this Month7/1/162001: A Space Odyssey 1968 A Clockwork Orange 1971 A League of Their Own 1992 Allegiance 2012 Along Came Polly 2004 Best in Show 2000 The Beverly Hillbillies 1993 Bulworth 1998 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid 1969 Caillou: Season 5The Central Park Five 2012 Cheech & Chong s Up in Smoke 1978 The Conspiracy 2012 Daniel Tiger s Neighborhood: Seasons 1-2Dinosaur Train: Season 2Drive Me Crazy 1999 Flashpoint: Seasons 1-5The Flintstones 1994 The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas 2000 The Game: Seasons 1-3How to Marry a Millionaire 1953 Ice Age: The Meltdown 2006 Medium: Seasons 1-7Mister Rogers Neighborhood: Volume 1 1968 Mouse Hunt 1997 My Sister s Wedding 2013 Notting Hill 1999 Numb3rs: Seasons 1-6Odd Squad: Season 1The Perfect Storm 2000 The Quiet Man 1952 Reading Rainbow: Volume 1 1985 The Right Stuff 1983 Rubber 2010 Star Trek: The Motion Picture 1979 Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan 1982 Star Trek III: The Search for Spock 1984 Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home 1986 Star Trek V: The Final Frontier 1989 Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country 1991 Star Trek: Generations 1994 Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby 2006 Team America: World Police 2004 Tesla: Master of Lightning 2000 Thumbelina 1994 The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Other Stories 1993 Wild Kratts: Seasons 1-3Witness 1985 Women Aren t Funny 2014 WordWorld: Season 1Zoboomafoo: Season 27/2/16Venus and Serena 2012 7/15/16Color Crew 2010 7/16/16Serenity 2005 7/31/16Braxton Family Values: Season 3Arriving On Netflix This MonthAvail 7/1/1641 on 41 2014 A Long Way From Home 2013 Back to the Future 1985 Back to the Future Part II 1989 Back to the Future Part III 1990 Bad Boys II 2003 Batman: The Movie 1966 Beavis and Butt-head Do America 1996 Between: Season 2 - NETFLIX ORIGINALBeverly Hills Cop 1984 Beverly Hills Cop II 1987 Big Trouble in Little China 1986 Blade 2 2002 By the People: The Election of Barack Obama 2009 Catwoman 2004 Cheaper by the Dozen 1950 Cinderella Man 2005 Conflict 2015 Death Race 2 2010 Death Race 3: Inferno 2013 Deep: Season 1 - NETFLIX ORIGINALDreamcatcher 2003 Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close 2011 Gentlemen Prefer Blondes 1953 Gladiator 2000 Hello, Dolly!The Movie 2002 Honey 2003 Insomnia 2002 The Italian Job 2003 Jackass: Number Two 2006 Jim Jefferies: Freedumb - NETFLIX ORIGINALLalaloopsy Ponies: The Big Show 2014 Lethal Weapon 1987 Lethal Weapon 2 1989 Lethal Weapon 3 1992 Lethal Weapon 4 1998 The Longest Yard 2005 The Lovely Bones 2009 Making the American Man 2016 - NETFLIX EXCLUSIVEMarcella: Season 1 - NETFLIX ORIGINALMarco Polo: Season 2 - NETFLIX ORIGINALMean Girls 2004 Nevada Smith 1966 Nick of Time 1995 The Painted Veil 2006 Pandemic 2015 Phenomenon 1996 Raiders Of The Lost Art: Season 2Rumor Has It 2005 Scooby-Doo 2002 The Shannara Chronicles: Season 1The Sting 1973 Stomp the Yard: Homecoming 2010 Talhotblond 2009 Terminus 2016 Turner and Hooch 1989 Twisted 2004 Watershed: Exploring A New Water Ethic For The New West 2012 Well Wishes 2015 Working Girl 1988 Yours, Mine and Ours 2005 7/4/16Kuromukuro: Season 1 - NETFLIX ORIGINAL7/6/16The Big Short 2015 7/7/16A War 2015 The Armor of Light 2015 Brahman Naman 2016 - NETFLIX ORIGINALNSU German History X: Season 1 - NETFLIX ORIGINAL7/8/16The Invitation 2015 - NETFLIX EXCLUSIVEWord Party: Season 17/9/16Mustang 2015 Mystery Files: Season 17/10/16The Last Kingdom: Season 17/12/16Rolling Papers 2015 7/14/16Gridlocked 2015 - NETFLIX EXCLUSIVEMagi: The Adventures of Sinbad: Season 1 - NETFLIX ORIGINALTodd Margaret: Season 37/15/16The Adventures of Puss in Boots: Season 3 - NETFLIX ORIGINALGhostheads 2016 Holidays 2016 - NETFLIX EXCLUSIVERebirth 2016 - NETFLIX ORIGINALStranger Things: Season 1 - NETFLIX ORIGINALTony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru 2016 - NETFLIX ORIGINAL7/16/16Fighting 2009 7/19/16Liv and Maddie: Season 37/21/16Internet Famous 2016 - NETFLIX EXCLUSIVE7/22/16BoJack Horseman: Season 3 - NETFLIX ORIGINALDegrassi: Next Class: Season 2 - NETFLIX ORIGINAL7/24/16Popples: Season 3 - NETFLIX ORIGINAL7/27/16The Wave 2015 7/29/16Home: Adventures With Tip & Oh: Season 1 - NETFLIX ORIGINALLast Chance U 2016 - NETFLIX ORIGINALLEGO Bionicle: The Journey to One: Season 2 - NETFLIX ORIGINALTallulah 2016 - NETFLIX ORIGINAL7/30/16My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic: Season 6: Part 17/31/16Hit Record on TV with Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Season 2
Astronomers have discovered what they believe could be "the first astronomical observing tool", used by humans 6,000 years ago to observe the stars.The tomb's design suggests it may have "enhanced what early human cultures could see in the night sky" and a single aperture, such as a window or doorway, can affect the observation of stars, the team found.The study was focused on passage graves at Carregal do Sal in Portugal, a "type of megalithic tomb composed of a chamber of large interlocking stones and a long narrow entrance".The light from stars would then have been observed by a group of humans who had been "initiated" into what they believed was a sacred practice."The orientations of the tombs may be in alignment with Aldebaran, the brightest star in the constellation of Taurus," said Fabio Silva, who worked on the project."To accurately time the first appearance of this star in the season, it is vital to be able to detect stars during twilight."
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